Newly expanded digital versions of both albums also premiere

Cher will release special vinyl and expanded digital versions of her classic albums, Living Proof and Closer to the Truth on June 28th via Warner Records. Living Proof will be pressed on cola-bottle milky green vinyl while Closer to the Truth vinyl will be in a rich creamy bone color.

Warner has also introduced expanded digital versions of the albums. Closer to the Truth (Super Deluxe Digital Album) features the digital debut of “Will You Wait For Me,” previously only available on the Target edition.

Living Proof (Deluxe Digital Album) will debut on June 28th, featuring the US track listing and two bonus tracks (“The Look” and “You Take It All”) from the international edition.

Following the global success of her quadruple-platinum 1998 album, Believe, Cher returned in 2001 with her 24th studio album, Living Proof. The album debuted at No. 9 on the Billboard Albums Chart and featured the No. 1 dance club hits “Song For The Lonely,” “A Different Kind Of Love Song,” and “When The Money’s Gone.”

Cher’s next album, Closer to the Truth, debuted at No. 3 on the Billboard albums chart in 2013. It produced several dance hits, including the No. 1 smash “Woman’s World.” The new vinyl and digital versions include the haunting “You Haven’t Seen The Last Of Me” from the soundtrack to the 2010 film, Burlesque, which starred Cher and Christina Aguilera.